Empowering Renewable Energies and Technologies
Clean Power Asia Conference and Expo 2012 is being released in Bali (Indonesia). For three days, from next 14 May until 16 May, Indonesia will be hosting one of the main renewable events taking place in Asia region.
The conference’s sessions will address hot topics such as Malaysia clean power generation initiatives, Thailand renewable energy mix, securing energy in an environmental friendly way, regional cooperation, clean power policy, strategies and finance, Pakistan’s renewable policy, Driving investments in the region, fossil power generation in the 21th century, Taiwan efforts for GHG emission reduction, wind energy potential, challenges of interruptible energy resources, among many others.
The attendees can participate in streamed sessions focused on three core themes, Clean power policy, strategy and finance, renewable power (solar, wind, hydro, bio and geothermal) and next-gen fossil power.
They will also have the opportunity of visiting the exhibition and get a first hand insight about the latest updates and newest projects, products and technologies related to the renewable energies, technologies and solutions.
Asian countries fully committed to a clean and sustainable development
Asia region is facing some challenging situations concerning its commitment to a sustainable development and the need of boosting and enhancing the development and implementation of clean technologies and renewable solutions.
In fact, Indonesia has a large renewable energy potential including wind, solar, geothermal biomass and hydroelectric resources. By 2025 the renewable energies are expecting to represent the 25% of country’s total energy consumption.
Malaysia has recently launched a national plan about renewable energy policy which highlights the need of a cost-effective provision of quality energy, the promotion of efficient energy consumption, the protection of the environment, bench-marking, increasing investments and the use of indigenous energy resources among other main objectives.
Thailand has been developing a plan to reduce its energy dependency at the time of increasing the use of renewable energies since 1992. Solar and wind energies, biomass resources and hydropower projects and systems are some of the areas concentrating the efforts. The Asian Pacific country aims to increase renewable consumption up to 20% by 2022.
More Information: Clean Power Asia Conference & Expo.